Discussion in 'Television, Film, & Books' started by Comebackkids, Jul 25, 2016.
Join the club, friend! Lol never thought I'd say that to an Isles fan
LoTR just made a rags and isles fan agree woah
Lol that's true, just like how we both like Alexa Bliss
Well I mean who doesn't like her
*Insert Enzo voice*
We got a couple 'a haters. A 'cuppa haters.
Anyways, when did all you guys first watch LotR or read it? Do you remember how old you were?
Watched movies first. I actually watched the first movie when I was like 6 I think because my dad has loved those movies since the beginning and I remember just watching it and loving it. After that I couldn't wait to watch them all so I did. It was pretty amazing watching it so young tho like my imagination was probably going crazy I starting reading the books last year but then school and whatnot I'm still on the first one :/
"Sauron fears this. He will not risk the Peoples of Middle Earth uniting under one banner."
That is so true. I am like half way through the extended version that is 3 hours and 55 minutes
Each movie is like 4 hours so that should get you through a couple of days
It will lol. I am considering getting the books as well, so that will get me through a few weeks
You absolutely should, they're a great read. You should also look into Tolkien's other Middle Earth works like The Silmarillion and Unfinished Tales. I keep meaning to read his non-Middle Earth related works, but never have...so many things he's written it's quite hard to keep up
Also get the Children of Hurin.
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LMAO Thranduil you *******
I have to admit, he does have mad fighting skills.
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I got the books as a present for my 6th birthday, took me about a year, but I finished reading them eventually (I'd get up at 6 am every morning and read through it before school )...Then, once I finished the books my parents let me watch the movies, so I was probably 6 still, maybe 7 when I first watched them. I remember that I was scared shitless of the scene when Bilbo makes that creepy ass face at Frodo, and Gollum kind of gave me the creeps
Narn I Hîn Húrin is honestly one of the saddest books I've ever read, but it was really good.
I didn't read anything besides the LotR books but my mom finally ordered The Hobbit, Unfinished Tales, Silmarillion and Children of Hurin. I'm so hyped!
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